Lazard boosts Singapore investment banking team

The firm hires Glenn Porritt to run its Singapore investment banking team, filling a position left vacant for 18 months.

Lazard boosts Singapore investment banking team

Lazard has appointed Glenn Porritt as its new head of Singapore investment banking, concentrating on mergers and acquisitions in the city-state. He will report to Antonio Weiss, global head of investment banking in New York, as the firm does not have a regional head in Asia.

Porritt’s appointment fills a post that has been left fallow since the departure in 2010 of Harish Parameswar. Last month Parameswar joined Islamic Bank of Asia to be its...

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